NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and calls are free from landlines and mobile phones: NHS111 staff will direct you to hospital if it is appropriate for your needs.
You can get early advice from your local pharmacist who is a highly trained healthcare expert on a wide range of long-term health conditions and common illnesses. Your pharmacist will tell you if you need further medical attention.
Your local family doctor can assess, treat and manage a whole range of health problems. If you have a minor illness or injury (such as infection, vomiting or stomach ache) that can’t wait until your GP surgery is open, then call your GP’s via out of hours service or dial 111.
111 also offer a Sign-language service which you can view here
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Consumer guides to making complaints about health and social care
Healthwatch England has worked with Citizens Advice to produce a series of guides to help you make a complaint or raise a concern.
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What is Healthwatch (BSL)
'What is Healthwatch' Video in British Sign Language with subtitles.